CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 10, 1972
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(Studio) More bomb scares and extortion attempts reported on nation's airlines, and even on a Ky Greyhound business Airports increase security while airline officials meet with Federal Aviation Administration leaders
REPORTER: Charles Collingwood
(DC) president of 29 airlines and transportation department officials meet to discuss anti-extortion measures. Better fencing out of unauthorized personnel, closer guarding on ground, checks on passengers, cargo, and baggage Incl. In security measures. [Transportation secretary John VOLPE - says legislation may be needed to keep airlines from complying with extortion demands.]
REPORTER: Tony Sargent
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